Japanese cat loves to ride the subway

Japan is known for its love of all things cat, but this cat thinks he's a human.

By OLIVIA FINE
April 12, 2016 12:08
1 minute read.
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Cat on Tokyo train. (photo credit: MANPUKUOYA)

 
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Cats are the most independent of pets but this furry feline takes the number one spot; navigating its way through the notoriously complicated Tokyo subway system. This king of the concrete jungle has been a regular commuter on the city's Seibu Ikebukuro Line since 2013.

(h/t Bored Panda)


Image credits: hmmtkntr

His fellow patrons have been tweeting about his travel experiences, noting his very polite behavior, even moving over to make room for others to sit down. 


Image credits: youhei1924 (left) fu_matu (right)

"Looks like this cat is on his way home after a day of hanging out in ikebukuro," tweeted @manpukuoya

Image credits: irohamu 

Maybe he gets a discount on his travel card for being so cute!


Image credits: irohamu 



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